The future of dessert is here!

Is it really made of rain? Is it a silicone implant?! There’s been so much buzz surrounding this odd yet enchanting dessert creation that resembles a huge water droplet.

Created by Darren Wong to fit the street style hustle in New York, this jelly-like traditional Japanese water cake which is also known as “Mizu Shingen Mochi” is made up of water and agar, a gelling agent taken from algae. It is usually served with kinako, a roasted soybean powder, and sugar syrup. Since it’s mostly made up of water, you need to consume it immediately because it disappears after 30 minutes!

Photo from Raindrop Cake

Only a few stores are selling this exquisite dessert, so we’re giving you the deets on where to get them!

Dew Dew Cake – Malingap Marketplace

From the makers of Bhe’stlasagna, they initially planned to use this futuristic dessert as part of their ‘gimmick’ for the April Fool’s week only, but due to consistent demand, they now have 3 flavors to choose from: Kuromitsu (Muscovado Sugar), Kurimu (Mangoes and Cream) and their best-seller, Matcha! See all vendors at Malingap Marketplace here.

They’re only open on Fridays to Sundays from 4PM- 1AM, and they sell out instantly so act fast and get a taste of their raindrop cake now!

Mango, Matcha, Kuromitsu | Photo from @yogoandcream

No reservations accepted
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49 Malingap St., Malingap Marketplace, Teacher’s Village, Quezon City

The Dessert Kitchen – Power Plant Mall

Reinventing the dessert game, one of their best-sellers is none other than, their raindrop cake! What call it ‘warabi’, but is basically the same melt-in-your-mouth translucent dessert that is so delicate and picturesque, you wouldn’t be able to keep yourself from taking lots of photos! They have two flavors to choose from which is the Sakura Warabi and Nippon Warabi, both served with kinako, red beans, brown sugar paste and mochi balls.

Read our full feature on The Dessert Kitchen here.

The Dessert Kitchen
Photo from @condolivingmag

No reservations accepted
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3/F Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Center, Makati
(0995) 448-8233

Vikings – Megamall

While Vikings has several branches around the metro, this exquisite dessert of theirs called, Butterfly Blue Pea Water Cake in Vanilla Sauce, is only available at their Megamall branch! 

Photo from @vikingsluxurybuffet

Reservations are accepted
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4/F Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong
(02) 656-3888

Do you know where else to get this amazing raindrop cake? If so, share with us in the comments section below! Download the Booky app now and easily search for a specific dish or dessert and you’ll never go hangry again!

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